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Felony Arrest for Criminal Threats in Oakhurst

OAKHURST – An Oakhurst man was arrested on Tuesday by sheriff’s deputies after threatening to kill his family, according to the Madera County Sheriff’s Office.

On Feb. 13, at approximately 7:55 p.m., the Sheriff’s Office responded to a call for service in the 50000 block of Road 620 regarding a male subject who was shooting a gun outside his home and threatening to kill his family members.

Sergeant Rob Blehm, Deputy Michael Murphy, Deputy Gerald Marin, Deputy Eric Jackson, and Deputy Jose Villafan arrived at the scene and established a perimeter around the property.

Deputies called the subject for several minutes before he eventually came out of the residence. The subject, identified as Patrick Haynes, 51, of Oakhurst, was detained and taken into custody, according to the Sheriff’s Office.

During the course of the investigation, Corporal Miguel Hernandez and Deputy Jackson located and seized ammunition and several firearms inside the residence that were accessible and in plain sight.

Patrick Haynes was transported and booked in at Madera County Department of Corrections without incident on felony charges of making criminal threats.

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